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Don’t Be Afraid of Small-Balance Commercial Mortgages

As the air cools, the leaves change, and Halloween approaches, there’s plenty to be spooked by, but brokering small-balance commercial mortgages don’t need to be one of them. Working with borrowers who need alternative financing is a great opportunity for brokers to increase business, as well as their income. Whether you’re a residential broker or […]

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Securing Commercial Mortgages to Pay Off Merchant Cash Advances

For some small business owners, a merchant cash advance might be a good solution for short-term financing needs, provided they pay it off quickly. However, these cash advances can quickly become a problem as borrowers are subjected to the increasing rates these lenders charge. This can lead to cycle of payday loans resulting in a […]

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How to Get to Know Small-Balance Commercial Mortgage Lenders

As a commercial mortgage broker, it’s important for you to keep the needs of your clients in mind when you choose small-balance lenders with whom you’d like to work. Choosing the right lender can mean the difference between a turndown and closed loan and a great commission. So, how do you choose the best small-balance […]

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How Closing Commercial Mortgages is Like Football

While much of the country still has a ways to go before temperatures cool and it really starts feeling like fall, one indicator that the seasons are changing is now beginning: football. Football is a game that requires determination, strategy, and teamwork to achieve success. These are also crucial factors that will determine whether a […]

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Securing a Commercial Mortgage for an Auto Repair Property

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There are plenty of small business owners out there looking for commercial mortgages for their auto repair properties, but it can be difficult for them to secure financing from a traditional lender. These are often small businesses, so it’s important for brokers working with these borrowers to choose a lender specializing in helping small business […]

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What Residential Brokers Can Expect Closing Small-Balance Commercial Mortgages

What Residential Brokers Can Expect Closing Small-Balance Commercial Mortgages

For residential mortgage brokers, the small-balance commercial mortgage industry can seem intimidating at first glance. However, closing these deals is a simple way to strengthen your pipeline, close more deals, and increase your income. So, how do small-balance commercial mortgage differ from the residential deals you already close? The application If you’re a broker who […]

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Getting Your Commercial Borrower a Blanket Mortgage

For brokers, one of the most important factors to consider when choosing a commercial mortgage lender is their flexibility when it comes to getting deals done. And while small-balance commercial lenders are generally much more flexible than banks and other traditional lenders, many cannot provide borrowers with a particular type of financing solution – the […]

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Getting a Commercial Mortgage for a Small Business Owner

For brokers looking to close more deals and earn additional income, small business owners represent a great opportunity. These individuals need financing for reasons varying from paying off existing debts to making property improvements, and they often need a broker’s help to find the right mortgage for their situation. If you want to start closing […]

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The Benefits of Non-Bank Commercial Mortgage Lenders

If you’re a residential or commercial mortgage broker looking to increase your business and your income, working with non-bankable borrowers is a great place to start. For these borrowers, non-bank commercial mortgage lenders will obviously be your best bet. These lenders are a great resource and can help you close deals for borrowers who have […]

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Choose a Commercial Mortgage Lender that Supports Brokers

The partnerships that brokers develop with commercial mortgage lenders play a major role in their success. So, it’s important to work with lenders who are willing to provide you with some support. Your relationship with any lender is a two-way street, and if they realize this, they’ll be willing to offer resources that will benefit […]

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